Victor Moses has been forced to consider his future as a Chelsea player due to his lack of game-time this term, according to Goal.
Scarcely do you see a player, who was previously a cornerstone in the side, fade into oblivion in the manner that Moses has.
Antonio Conte saw potential in the Nigerian at right-wing-back, and he proved throughout the Italian’s two-years at the club that he has all the tools to thrive in that position.
However, since Conte’s departure, and Maurizio Sarri’s subsequent switch to a back four, Moses has found himself fall down the pecking order considerably.
At 27-years-old, Moses is at the peak of his powers. He would be wasting his career by continuing to watch Chelsea from the sidelines, and could soon be forced to make a change.
Goal‘s Nizaar Kinsella has claimed that Moses could look to leave the club in January if his current situation doesn’t change.
Moses has previously shown willingness to leave Chelsea on-loan in order to find game-time, having spent spells at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham, but whether he’d look for a permanent move this time around is unclear.